About the QuickLift® Face Lift
The QuickLift® face lift is a minimally-invasive face lift procedure that address visible signs of aging in the mid to lower region of the face; ideal for men and women who still want to look like themselves...just more youthful, more rested and refreshed.
The QuickLift Face Lift:
- Tightens the Jowls
- Defines the Jaw Line
- Lifts and Defines Cheeks
- Smoothes the Neckline
- Natural-Looking Results
- Minimal Downtime
- Immediate and Lasting Improvement
Not only does the QuickLift face lift tighten and eliminate sagging skin, this unique face lift technique delivers the natural, long-lasting beauty that people desire.
QuickLift Face Lift
For people with a busy lifestyle, facelift surgery may not be an option...but the QuickLift face lift is. The QuickLift is designed to deliver superior results with less recovery and downtime when compared to traditional face lift surgery. And unlike other types of facelift surgery, the QuickLift is never a one-size-fits-all procedure. Customized to address the specific needs of each client, a highly qualified and trained QuickLift physician will examine your facial anatomy during a private consultation, listen to your individual concerns and develop a facial rejuvenation plan based on your needs and desired results.
The QuickLift was developed for men and women who want to stay ahead of the aging process, typically age 40 and older. Around this age, most people begin to lose elasticity in their skin and develop varying degrees of sagging skin along the jaw line and beneath the chin.
Unlike other types of face lift and mini face lift procedures that tighten only skin, the QuickLift suspends the underlying structures of the lower face, called the SMAS, offering men and women the benefit of a more youthful appearance for years to come.
While the QuickLift face lift results in significant anti-aging and skin tightening results, it is important to remember that after any facial procedure, the normal aging process continues. Lifestyle choices, bone structure, skin type, sun exposure and heredity all play a part in how long the results will last.